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    Im so bad at on the spot mishaps. For example, last year in the snow my mum fell over on ice and I didn’t clock what happened til like 10 seconds later then I went to help. Stuff like that, also in school when my teachers ask me questions it takes me, again, 10 seconds to think of the answer. I notice that I need to sort this out before I start driving in around a years time, as obviously I need to be able to think fast whilst driving. What can I do to help this ASAP??
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    Im so bad at on the spot mishaps. For example, last year in the snow my mum fell over on ice and I didn’t clock what happened til like 10 seconds later then I went to help. Stuff like that, also in school when my teachers ask me questions it takes me, again, 10 seconds to think of the answer. I notice that I need to sort this out before I start driving in around a years time, as obviously I need to be able to think fast whilst driving. What can I do to help this ASAP??
    I have a slightly slow processing speed but doing lots of puzzles help me figure things out faster
 
 
 
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